Sunday, 11 August 2019


Summary: Kafan by Munshi premchand, is yet another story which makes you sad. One will feel wretch for the people in this story. A must read.

The story is about a father and his son. They are from the poor class of society. They are also addicted to consuming alcohol, smoking and drugs. As story proceeds, we come to know they are looking for work, however people know they are addictive to smoking, deinking, also they are very lazy.

The sons wife is pregnant, but they don't have money to pay to maid. She is in tremendous pain, the father question son, why the hell u married, The son replies, u also got married.
In a scene, they rob stuff, justifying it as protecting the dharma of the owner as dog has sniffed the rope. As soon as they sell the robbed stuff, they go to nearest Tadi shop to drink and eat gram  mattar. However, they had bigger plans to eat kabab and kaleji, and drink orange flavoured costly drink.

The pregnant wife hadn't eaten anything for days, she is in tremendous pain. The father and son are praying for her death. If child gets born, they hope they may get some money from people around. The wife is no use to them. The son is not ready to go near his wife as she is in tremendous pain, he can't see her in pain. They chit chat useless stuff about things that the father eat once, meanwhile the wife keeps on shouting in agony. The son doesn't bother to go near her.

Next morning, the pregnant women dies with her child still in womb. They as soon as come to know, they start sobbing. The go and beg for money all round the village, for her dead ceremony they also get some wood to burn the dead bodies. Now, only shroud(kafan) is remaining to buy, they have collected 5 rupees already. 

The price of kafan is 1.02rs for 1 yard. They need 3 yard. They decline considering it as very costly. They argue between themselves as she use to wear torn clothes when alive, now when she is dead what is the point of having this costly kafan(shroud) on her body. That also will be burned with her.

They roam for some while till it's evening, and then they reaches wine shop. Their they buy the expensive orange wine, and then kaleji with the money collected for her death ceremony. Now they discuss, no point in buying shroud and also now we already spent that money. Rich people can buy those stuffs, n do cremations ritual. While drunk, the son questions his father “when we die, will also go their in sky, and there she will ask why I was not given shroud, what will i answer”. His father convinces him that she will get kafan, the dead body when will start to decay, this people who gave us money today, they will pay for her shroud. Wait, I will bring something more to eat, your favorite kaleji. Meanwhile, the father notices a man looking at them. He asks him to join. He also says to him, bless my daughter-in-law as it’s her earning what we are eating now.

--It just so painful, so see how cruel this father and son are. No love for a human being that also one who is pregnant.
--Addiction is worst, they only want to eat and drink, nothing else matter to them.

Tuesday, 6 August 2019

New beginning

It had been an era now!!

I was suppose to close the gap between me and my dream, It never happened . We got drifted way like a person sinking in a pool. Don't know why and how. Just going in and in. I have all the capabilites, to make it true. Their is no fear, all resources are with me. Just stepping up and achieving it. It is my dream, still i am not on it.

I need mentoring, Nope i need dedication and full focus on that one thing that's it. Let the world go hay why. I want to just do this one thing only.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

MOH Event-3: Stationary donation camp

Stationary donation camp

Location : Belpada,Belapur,Navi Mumbai

Activity: Stationary materials were provided to kids. Also Fun activities which had lessons for a student were conducted.

Organizers: MOH(Morsel of Hope) group

Volunters: Engineering students fron Lokmanya Tilak College,D.G.M college,Shivaji Jhondale college and


The session was well organized and executed with enjoyable technique. Students from class 1th to 5thtook part in the camp. More thany 8 different activity, were conducted for the student. The purpose of the activity was to make every student to realize the important of education.The activity was done in such a way,that it was fun but with learning.

The best part of the activity was the zeal and excitement seen in students for participation in activity. Fun with learning activities were admirable. The feedback, of students after every activity was astonishing . “Usally, a kid seen silent in class also participated with bliss in such activities “ a teacher said.

Stationary materials like books,writing materials,scale and eraser were donated to students. Later on students were provided with snacks.

Teacher were delighted and happy that student learnt new stuff and lessons. Students had too much fun....

These was MOH’s 3rd activity. Previous activity was named ‘KALAKAR-Tribute to soldiers’ ,which was conduced in Schools and Orphanage of Navi Mumbai. It was conducted to enhance the creativity of a student through artwork and convey their feeling to dear soldiers.

Enthusiasm- Such activity really helps student to nuture their talent. It educates them. Such activity must be conducted in every school. It boosts kids confidence, very much

Craziness  Creativity

Few challenges were faced by volunteers like discipline among kids, students getting hurt, lack of participation. To involve every child in each activity is difficult sometimes. Kids are introvert, shy to play and participate in activity. But these event saw remarkable participation of children with full spirit and energy.  So, the event in terms of involving kids was successful. Discipline implementing activity, were specially conducted to make kids realise the importance of discipline in school life.

Experience- Experience plays a key role, for conducting activity and implementing such event successfully. Instead of impacting more students, MOH focuses on less number but effective and efficient impact on students.

Main motto-   In india, schools are located in most remote locations also. There other than most basic facilities, nothing is available. Plans like mid-day meal, sporting events, infrastructure are lacked very much. Teachers ignore activities other than studies. So, the MOH team, decided to visit one such school and conduct various events and activities, which will create enthusiasm and creativity among students . To develop interest other than studies is one of the most important vision of MOH(Morsel of Hope).

Current scenario - Kids these day have stereotype attitude about school life. Everyday one go to school and thinks that he does monotonous work of reading, writing and listening. Very less schools, today also give least importance to extra-curriculum activities.  Such activity really, help in breaking these stereotype mentally among kids. More and more such activity, must be conducted in schools, so that students interest and creativity nuture well. Also, students participation in school will develop m

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MOH Event-2

How can we make this republic day special for society, soldiers and oneself? So a bunch of students took a small initiative to make these republic day very very very special......

An event named kalakar was organised in schools of Navi Mumbai. The main focus of the event was to enhance the creativity of a student through artwork and also to convey ones feeling to our dear soldiers.

Student in very large numbers participated in the event. The theme of the event was 'Students message to soldiers' Students had to describe his feelings and respect to soldiers through ones artwork and creativity. Further their messages would reach to soldiers as soon as possible.

The event was held in English, Marathi and Urdu medium schools on 20 &21 January.  Student from class 5-8 participated in the event. More than 2000 thousand students participated in 'Kaalakar'. The artwork showed so much positivity, patriotism and creativity of young minds. The response of teachers, Principal & Non-teaching members was very encouraging
With the sketch, one was allowed to write a or two lines. A patriotic vibe was seen in participants and organizers. The event was organised by Morsale of hope (MOH) and MESA commitee of AC.  Patil college of engineering.
Further many such inspirational social events are planned by 'MOH' in upcoming days.
Such adorable, eye catching, A beautiful msg by a 5th class student read "I'm am feeling you dear soldier ". Various such beautiful messages were conveyed by children.While reading such beautiful messages "These igorant mind are so truthful and inspiring" Principal of a anjuman islam-I said. 'We were blessed to see such artwork' organiser said.

Overall 'Kalaakar' got huge response and was very successful in conveying it's theme of encouraging creativity and patriotism in students.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

PM Modi's mann ki baat 8 nov 2016

Summary of the important announcement :

1. Black money issue,  500 rupees and 1000 rupees banned from Midnight. 

2. ATM's wouldn't wouldn't work on 9th and 10th November. Rather the withdrawal limit is Rs.  2000 only. 

3. All Residents have option till 30th December 2016, to deposit their existing cash balance of 500 and 1000 rupees in their bank accounts. 

4. ATM withdrawal is limited post 11th Nov to 10000 per day, but initial few days it would be 2000 Rs.  Only. 

5. Emergency periods like hospitals and chemist,  train ticket booking and airline ticket booking,  petrol pumps may accept the old notes to 11th November. 

6. No changes in online,  card, cheque or any other plastic money transactions. 

7. 9th November,  banks wouldn't be available for public banking services. 

8. New notes of 500 rupees and 2000 rupees would bring in circulation, mostly from 31st March 2017.

9. This one is not clear,  but old notes can be exchanged with rbi till 31st March 2017. I guess post 30th December.

Notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000  cannot be legal for exchange() beginning from  November 8 midnight & November 9. This was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a special address to the nation on Tuesday evening. He said the move was aimed at curbing the negative impact of fake currency, black money, corruption and terrorism on the nation's economy.

The legal tender of the Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes comes into effect the midnight between Tuesday and Wednesday, as soon as the date turns to November 9.

He said Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes can be deposited a post offices and banks without any charge till December 30. Banks would be closed for public business on November 9, to allow them to tackle the rush of people who might want to deposit their notes. Cashless fund transfers would remain unaffected.

"Your money is yours. You will note lose anything. The government will ensure that," said PM Modi, in his address to the nation.

"We should be able to make the sacrifice of adjusting to the such a move in national interest, as it aims to tackle the evils of corruption, black money, fake currency and terrorism," said PM Modi.

He also announced a number of safeguards to ensure that medical payments or other critical services are not affected by the move. Hospitals, petrol pumps, railway reservation counters, airports, crematoriums and other key services will continue to accept the notes for 72 hours, till the end of November 11, PM Modi said.

The extreme measure came almost immediately after PM Modi chaired a meeting of the Union Cabinet. Earlier in the day, Modi had also met National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and the chiefs of the armed forces.

Before making the announcement, Modi had explained the rationale for the move. He had stressed on the negative impact of corruption, black money, fake currency and terrorism on the economy

1000 and 500 notes

In todays surprise mann ki baat some revelations were made. 
In short-People with black money are stuck from both sides.
If they don't submit their money in a bank account (which is exactly what people do to hide black money) their currency loses value and its as good as nothing.
If they submit money in the bank then they are accountable for money and need to pay tax for the same amount.
Government wins both way

RBI to issue ₹2000 Rupees Notes coming February 2017

Not just a piece of paper There is much more in this note Read the full content of this message

India is all set to add one more denomination to its currencies shortly. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be issuing Rs 2,000 currency notes, the highest to come into circulation, even as some experts feel7 high-value denominations should be discontinued to curb black money.

The Rs 2000 currency is designed keeping in mind to eradicate the black money issues using state of the art indigenous nano technology, every Rs. 2000 currency note is embedded with a NGC (Nano GPS Chip)

How the embeded NGC Technology Works?
The unique feature of the NGC is it dosent need any power source. It only acts as a signal reflector. When a Satellite sends a signal requesting location the NGC reflects back the signal from the location, giving precise location coordinates, and the serial number of the currency back to the satellite, this way every NGC embedded currency can be easily tracked & located even if it is kept 120 meters below ground level. The NGC cant be tampered with or removed without damaging the currency note

How will this help eradicate black money menace?
Since every NGC embeded currency can be tracked. The satellite can identify the exact amount of money stored at a certain location. If a relatively high concentration of currency is found a certain location for a longer period of time at suspicious locations other than banks & other financial institutions. The information will be passed on to the Income Tax Department for further investigation

Just a beginning of the end of black money in india. A person with relatively small stack of black money can break it into various parts and try to spend 'hard cash' as much as possible within the 50 days time span

Example- If a person X has 15 lakh rupees in black money he can spend the same money to buy certain stuff Like commodities or gold or electronic items which can be hidden from government by not making a bill of purchase

Monday, 31 October 2016

Diwali Pollution in comparision with industrial and vehicular pollution

Everyday industries are polluting air, land and water resources. Most industries however are away from locality and follow a sets of norms led by governmental and international organization. They also make their best attempts to dispose or reduce their respective pollutions.
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Vehicles do pollute air by leaving toxic gases like nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), particulate matter (PM), volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and smaller amounts of other pollutants such as sulphur dioxide (SO2) and ammonia (NH3).They also causes noise pollution as in case of crackers.


You see fire crackers add or increase pollution in air while the former too exist. The noise pollution really in greater extent affects animals and birds. Every time a cracker makes noise animal get feared or birds start chirping and fly off. case The use of firecrackers, has over the years led to many injuries and deaths also. There have been incidents every year of users being blinded, losing body parts, or suffering other injuries, especially during festivities that customarily involve firecrackers.

How can it be justified that industrial and vehicular pollution causing pollution for 24*7 for 365days whereas diwali pollution for few hours that also for 3–4 days are same?? But surely it does intensify the pollution level and enhance the adverse affect on atmosphere

A new report by UNESCO says that more than 2billion children are breathing toxic air mostly live in North India or neighboring countries. Children breathe at twice than adults so they take more toxic air in, thus leading to respiratory diseases, lung problems that affect their physical and cognitive development.

It’s time to change the trend. Diwali is festival of light and not of fire-crackers. Using crackers for diwali started in early 20th century. It’s not the only way to celebrate diwali.

You agree or disagree please do comment below......